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"Experience Egypt Like Never Before: 10-Day Itinerary!"

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Experience Egypt Like Never Before: 10-Day Itinerary

The perfect amount of time to stay in Egypt is ten days with our Egypt travel packages. Travelers with enough time to explore multiple areas can choose from a variety of itineraries from Egypt itineraries tours, including those that start with a multi-day cruise down the Nile River and a prolonged stay in Cairo with our Egypt Nile cruise tours. Other options include combining a tour of ancient Egyptian cities with an Egypt desert safari tours in Siwa Oasis is a special place with old buildings and treasures from long ago, like the Temple Of The Oracle At Siwa Oasis. People come from all over to see these ancient things. You may also divide your time between Jordan and Egypt by travelling to Amman and seeing Petra and the Wadi Rum. Check out the itineraries below to learn more about your possibilities.


Airport meet-and-greet service in Cairo.

5 nights of accommodation at Cairo Pyramids Hotel in Cairo.

4 days of accommodation on a 5-star Nile cruise.

 Domestic Tickets from (Cairo – Luxor).

Tickets for domestic flights from Luxor to Cairo.

a personal tour guide for the duration of your trip.

Every transport will take place in a personal AC car.

All of the locations on the itinerary have admission fees.

meals that are specified in the trip schedule.

all fees and taxes.


Airfare for international travel.

Entrance visa for Egypt.


Nothing else has been mentioned so far.

At Cairo International Airport, a representative from our company will greet and help you. Private air-conditioned car transportation to the hotel

Free evening

Stay the night at the hotel

Our tour guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Cairo so you can experience a fantastic excursion to the Giza Pyramids (Cheops, Chephren, and Mykerinus). After that, go to the Valley Temple and the Great Sphinx, both of which are ancient structures.

Lunch will be provided in the neighbourhood eatery in Giza during the Pyramids.

Visit the Egyptian Museum next.

The Egyptian Antiquities Museum in Tahir

It features a unique collection of over 250,000 authentic artefacts dating as far back as 5000 years, including a special exhibition devoted to Tutankhamen, whose treasures, gold, and jewellery were buried in his tomb for more than 3,500 years before being found in 1920 during the excavation of his tomb.
King Tut's sarcophagus

Spend the night at the Cairo Hotel

Start your excursion by leaving your accommodation in Cairo. Inform your private guide of any specific locations of interest. You may customise the comments and schedule to suit your preferences. Enter Coptic Cairo, sometimes referred to as Old Cairo.

The Coptic Christians, one of the oldest Christian groups in the world, originated in this vibrant neighbourhood. Visit St. Virgin Mary's Church, also known as the Hanging Church. This ancient church was built in the seventh century, and its name comes from the fact that it is situated over a doorway in the former Roman stronghold. Discover its lengthy history while admiring the courtyard and interior with its screens, marble pulpit, and icons.

Visit the early 20th-century Church of St. George and the Monastery before continuing on to Abu Serga, a Coptic church from the fifth century, which is the only circular church in Egypt. Discover how the church sits where the holy family is said to have remained during their escape into Egypt from Israel's King Herod. Look at the 24 internal columns and the 12th-century icons on the walls. After that, see the Ben Ezra Synagogue, which was formerly a Christian church, before concluding your journey at the Coptic Museum, which is situated in one of Cairo's oldest Coptic neighbourhoods. View a few of the 16,000 ancient relics that are on exhibit, including priceless symbols and texts that detail the Coptic community of Egypt's history.

The Citadel of Saladin See, a significant example of Middle Ages military construction, and the Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan, a massive mosque constructed during the Mamluk period of the 1300s, are the next two places to learn about Islamic Cairo. In the old district of Islamic Cairo, Khan el-Khalili Bazaar is a souk where you may shop for lamps, carpets, jewellery, and other items.. A hotel drop-off follows the conclusion of your trip.

You'll take a quick flight to Luxor after breakfast. The distance between this little city in the Nile Valley and Cairo is 420 miles (676 kilometres). Visits to the greatest remaining temple in Egypt, the Karnak Temple, are among the day's activities. It was a significant religious centre formerly and was founded in the Middle Kingdom. You'll also see the enormous Luxor Temple complex, which is situated on the east bank of the Nile. Around 1400 BCE, during the New Kingdom, it was established.


Take a boat today and begin your trip down the Nile. You'll go to the Valley of kings to witness the rock-cut tombs for kings and wealthy nobility from the sixteenth to the eleventh centuries BCE, including Tutankhamun. Following that, you'll stop at the Colossi of Memnon to view the remains of Amenhotep's memorial temple. Only two towering sculptures of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, which were built to protect the temple's entrance, are still standing. the Hatshepsut Temple next. The centrepiece of Deir el-Bahri, a collection of funerary temples and tombs, is the monument to Queen Hatshepsut.

On your route to the temples at Edfu, your next stop today, you'll pass Esna Lock. The significance of these temples will be further discussed by your guide. Between 237 and 57 BCE work was done on the Temple of Horus at Edfu. One of Egypt's best-preserved sanctuaries, you can still pick out many of its inscriptions within. After supper, you may unwind on the boat while watching the Nile's sun set.

The river boat then proceeds to Kom Ombo. The crocodile deity (Sobek) and falcon god (Haroeris) were honoured at the Temple of Sobek and Haroeris at Kom Ombo (Haroeris). Along with wall carvings and statues, many of the walls of its courts, halls, sanctuaries, and chambers are still in tact. The trip continues in the late afternoon to Aswan, where you'll spend the night.

There will be time to tour the 1970-completed Aswan High Dam, which was started in the 1960s. At the time, it was a feat of engineering since it quadrupled Egypt's electrical supply and expanded its arable land by 30%. Visit the Philae Temple instead, whose construction started in 690 BCE.

Visit the majestic Abu Simbel Temples on day seven. Ramses II, an Egyptian ruler who ruled from 1279 to 1213 BCE, constructed these pair of temples. These enormous rock-cut temples are genuinely amazing to witness in person; in spite of their isolated position, they are one of the most visited destinations in the nation.

Later, go back to Aswan and book a hotel room. Consider going to the Botanical Garden if you still have the energy for it. It is an attractive location to end the day and is situated on Kitchener's Island in the Aswan archipelago.

You'll board a flight back to Cairo this morning. Upon arrival, you will proceed to the Egyptian Museum, which has a sizable collection of antiquities, including the King Tut tomb. You may continue your exploration of the capital after checking in at your hotel by visiting museums, shopping, trying Egyptian cuisine, or just soaking in the sunset views over the Nile River.

To visit the major attractions in El Fayoum, we will pick you up from your accommodation in Cairo. Fayoum is roughly 95 kilometres from Cairo. In 1989, Wadi El Ryan was declared as a protected area, where all visits are now made. We'll stop at Mudawara Mountain en route to Wadi El Rayan. then into the waterfalls of Wadi Al Ryan. The only waterfalls in Egypt may be found at Wadi El Rayan, a natural depression in the western desert that was created in 1970 by the overflow of drainage water from the Fayoum farmlands. Wadi El Rayan is made up of two lakes united by a cascade.
Have lunch in Tunis village, which is perched on a hillside above a sizable saltwater lake and offers breathtaking views of the desert's edge.

The journey is over today. To catch your flight out, proceed to the Cairo airport. Travel safely!

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Cairo has long been known as the “City of a Thousand Minarets,” as it includes the richest diversity of mosques in the entire Middle East region. The mosques were inspired by multiple architectural styles, as a result of the impact left by the ruling empires throughout the ages, including the Abbasid, Fatimid, and Ottoman Empires.
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 Travelers can obtain excellent value for their money compared to other places, with cheap flights, lodging, and food, because of a strong exchange rate between the British pound and the Egyptian pound. 


In the fields of mathematics, medicine, and architecture, the ancient Egyptians were innovators. In addition to creating the calendar and devising methods for measuring distances, they also made advancements in irrigation, surgery, and construction. They were adept at mummification and the preservation of the deceased.


In Siwa Oasis, there are many old buildings and places from ancient times like the time of the Pharaohs and Romans. Some important places to visit are the Temple of Jupiter Amun, the Temple of the Treasury, and the Mount of the Dead with ancient tombs.

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